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  1. Sonya carpenter

    Good work researching, spotting n filming!! Thanks for sharing The you tube video, they are really ancient looking with their heavy headgear! Xx sonya

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    • Geoff

      Thx Sonya – it was one of those little unexpected objectives that came up out of left field that was more out of fun than anything else with a lot involved in us seeing these prehistoric birds. G

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  2. Sandra Williams

    Really enjoying following your trip and fantastic photos! When will you hit the Sunshine Coast?

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    • Geoff

      Hi Sandy – we’ve now been around the Noosa area the last few days – check your email about catching up as we plan to be in the area until Thursday next week.

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  3. Meagan

    One sighting would be considered lucky, but two is amazing!! Your account of the Etty Bay sighting was like déjà vu for us, we spotted a Cassowary in what I suspect is almost the same spot when we visited FNQ in 2014. It was very exciting for us all!

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    • Geoff

      Hi Meagan – Having since posted our short Video on Youtube of or first encounter of the baby Cassowarys, many other vids of Cassowarys in Etty Bay now emerge. It would thus appear to be a common sight in Etty Bay? Glad you guys enjoyed the post nonetheless. G

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